Nick Nolte and Samantha Morton are in talks to join the cast of New Line's "Pride and Glory," a generational drama about a family of police officers
Can you feel the feeling they have inside? I bet you can't. It's only Nick Nolte and Samantha Morton that have such feeling. None other can feel the same way as they do. It's about "Pride and Glory" they have in their thought that they're in talks to star in the drama movie. Besides them, Colin Farrell, Edward Norton and Noah Emmerich have all agreed to star in.
The generational drama tells about a family of police officers in New York torn apart by a corruption scandal. Nolte will play the family patriarch, a New York Police Department deputy chief of detectives who has spent 40-plus years on the job. He is the father of Ray (Norton), who is investigating the precinct run by Nolte's other son (Emmerich).
Gavin O'Connor and Joe Carnahan wrote the screenplay with Gavin himself to direct. In the meantime, Greg O'Connor is about to produce.